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JNR's last new locomotive EF64 1053 Traction rapid "EL Gunma Yokokawa" EF64 1053 + 12 series passenger cars (August 20, 2022)


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bill937ca

Something to model?

 

DC electric locomotive EF64 1053 JNR's last new locomotive October 28, 1982 (Kawasaki Heavy Industries/Fuji Electric) completed Rapid ``EL Gunma Yokokawa'' (JR Shinetsu Line Takasaki→Yokokawa) Electric locomotive EF64 1053 + 12 series passenger cars 5 cars + steam locomotive D51 498 (Belonging to JR East Gunma Vehicle Center) ↑ Yokogawa electric locomotive EF64 1053 12 series passenger cars 5 cars Shafu 12 162 Oha 12 366 Oha 12 367 Oha 12 369 Shafu 12 161 Steam locomotive D51 498 ↓ Takasaki Rapid "SL Gunma Yokokawa" (JR Shinetsu Line Yokogawa → Takasaki) Steam locomotive D51 498 + 5 series 12 passenger cars + electric locomotive EF64 1053 JR Shinetsu Line Nishimatsuida - Yokokawa August 20, 2022

 

 

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They do this a lot. No where to spin engines around a Yokogawa. They the trains always have an engine at each end.

 

DD51-842, DD51-895, EF65-536, C61-20 and a few others the used.

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miyakoji

Thanks for the info Bill.  I wonder how its condition compares to closely number units that went to JR Freight after JNR.  Based on the Japanese Wikipedia page about the EF64 (source of chart below), JRF and JR East got all the 1000 subseries units.

 

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